Hospitality Basics – Southlake Community Services

THIS COURSE IS ONLY FOR SOUTHLAKE PARTICIPANTS AND DOES NOT ACCEPT OUTSIDE ENROLMENTS.

Learn how prepare and present a variety of sandwiches in a hospitality or catering organisation, such as cafes, kiosks, canteens and cafeteria whilst gaining the skills and knowledge required to prepare and serve a range of teas, non-espresso coffees and other non-alcoholic beverages. You will how to select ingredients and equipment and to use a range of methods to make and present drinks and sandwiches.

Location

Southlake Community Services – 143 Dora Street, Morisset, NSW, 2264

Course Dates

Start: 8th of February 2021

Ends: 29th of March 2021

This course runs every Monday from 9:30am – 2:30pm.

Who Is This Course For

This course is for students looking to gain the skills for work in the Hospitality industry.

Delivery Mode

Face-to-face delivery

Learning Outcomes

  • Prepare and present sandwiches
  • Food safety
  • Prepare beverages

Study Pathways

Students who graduate from this course may continue their studies by enrolling into a Certificate III in Hospitality.

Funding Eligibility

This course is being offered under the Adult and Community Education Community Services Obligation (ACE) Program. This funding has been designed to support people who experience barriers to training and employment. To determine your eligibility for the ACE Program Click here

A disadvantaged student who is one of the following:

  • An aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander; or
    Disabled or have a dependent child, spouse or partner who is disabled; or
  • A Commonwealth Government Welfare Recipient or have a dependent child, spouse or partner who is a Commonwealth Government Welfare Recipient; or
  • Experiencing significant hardship as verified by a government agency, medical professional or support agency

AND

Experiencing one of the following barriers to participation in training:

  • Very low literacy, language and/or numeracy skills
  • Limited employability skills
  • Persistent and ongoing personal issues impacting on their education
  • Significant educational disadvantage, which impacts their ability to succeed in training

At the time of enrolment you will be asked to provide ID, Medicare number, USI, proof of Benefit and CRN (where applicable). Please note that you can be asked to provide evidence to support your eligibility at any time.

 OR

If you’re NOT a Disadvantaged Student, you may be able to meet the eligibility if you’re living in a regional and remote area:

A Regional or Remote Student is a student who:

  • is not a Disadvantaged Student; AND
  • lives or works in a Regional or Remote Location; AND
  • cannot effectively access training under a Smart and Skilled Entitlement Program or other Smart and Skilled

A Regional or Remote Location is any location that is not classified as “Major Cities (RA1)” on the following website: https://bit.ly/2VRSyeB or as otherwise advised by the Department.

Entry Requirements

Students must have successfully completed year 10 (or equivalent), turned 16 or have relevant experience and/or qualifications that indicate likely success in completing the course.
Click here for more information about the enrolment process.

  • Please note that students who ARE currently enrolled in High School are NOT permitted to enrol into this program under any circumstances.

Students who ARE currently undertaking higher education including: Certificate II, III, IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Bachelors Degree or higher are NOT permitted to enrol in into this program also.

Units of Competency

SITHCCC002 Prepare and present simple dishes
SITHIND003 Use hospitality skills effectively
SITXFSA001 Use hygienic practices for food safety
SITXWHS001 Participate in safe work practices

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